Monday, March 24, 2008

Village Interviews: Max Keiser in Paris

Jason Howard, Max Keiser, and Dana Herbert in Paris
June/July 2007

Dear Friends:

I am pleased to present a program of an interview I did in Paris in the summer of 2007 with former Wall Street economist and inventor of the Hollywoood Stock Exchange, Max Keiser of Karmabanque, Al Jazeera and Resonance FM. Max is fast becoming a legend outside of the U.S. and in financial and political power circles here in the U.S. as a financial insurgent or "financial freedom fighter" as he likes to put it, through his analysis of the market via his sources on the inside and his adept studying of the financial papers.

In this program he discusses his views on how to approach and execute (as he and his friend Reverend Billy have done) targeted boycotts of multinational corporations...and how not to do so. He explains the role of his website in this regard.

You can also find out more about what he is doing here.

Here is an excellent 10-minute piece about the current banking crisis that aired on British TV this past weekend :
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qxYi2W9vEfw

Although I do not agree with Max's perspective on every point, his way of combatting corporations is truly unique and his perspective on what the left and other folks must do to regain some control over the plutocrats is ignored at our peril.

My program can be viewed on any high-speed computer anywhere or on TV in Manhattan this Wednesday, March 26th at 7:30 PM (Daylight Savings Time), on my shoestring cable show Famousx2, on Channel 67 if you are in Manhattan and have access to Time Warner. On the RCN system, that should be Channel 85 or thereabouts these days.

If you are outside of Manhattan, anywhere in the world, and you have a decent
high-speed connection on your computer, you can go to http://www.mnn.org and click on channel 67 to see it at the same time.

Sometimes MNN does screw up broadcasts, but usually it airs things without too many problems.....Be patient if it screws up for awhile.

Best,
Jason Howard

1 comment:

Stacy said...

when are you going to put the interview up on youtube???

it's 2008!!!